Flying Snow Geese
The Snow Goose has two color plumage morphs, white (snow) or gray/blue (blue), thus the common description as "snows" and "blues." White-morph birds are white except for black wing tips, but blue-morph geese have bluish-gray plumage replacing the white except on the head, neck and tail tip. The immature blue phase is drab or slate-gray with little to no white on the head, neck, or belly.
These pictured are seen at Sauvie Island near Portland, Oregon along the Pacific flyway.
Canon EOS 50D, f/11 @ 400 mm, 1/1000, ISO 500, No Flash
© Gary Grossman Photography